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Old 03-31-2008, 06:51 PM   #1
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I'm looking at the Stryker 3051 at [url=golight.com]. What happens with multiple light installations?

Is there any reason to upgrade to the 3049 (wireless dash and extra remote it looks like)?

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They can each be coded to a different frequency,... somewhat like garage door openers....

Ours arrived last week with the two remotes and the magnetic mount and the SST and Aluminum plate bar mount...

NOW, if we just had a SMB to go with it!

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Old 03-31-2008, 08:15 PM   #3
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So the remote can put out multiple frequencies?

Also what is the tilt below horizontal (at base) with the 135° vertical?
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either different frequency or different codes....

I have not powered ours up, but it looks like the 135 degrees is centered on horizontal.

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I have both model's and the Stryker is my preference , I had two each installed on my Whaler Outrage and the new 2400 Bay Ranger only because I didn't know that the 3049 with remote was a viable option . You can see one of the 3049 on my front Light Bar photograph's that I had sent to you.
I haven't installed the rear 3049 yet as I plan to change to a Flood/Work type light .
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Maybe I am confused here...... but aren't these remote lights all manufactured by the same company?

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Greg,
Yes they are all made by the same company just different model's and options as they are involved with government and the public sectors .
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